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  • Iran, Russia, Turkey Today 13:20

    Russia, Iran, Turkey Back New Syria Constitution Body but Fail to Agree Makeup

    Russia, Iran and Turkey, supporters of the main sides in Syria's complex civil war, on Tuesday failed to agree on the makeup of a UN-sponsored Syrian Constitutional Committee but called for it to convene early next year to kick off a viable peace process.

  • Intl. Storytelling Festival Today 11:39

    Giant puppets celebrate Intl. Storytelling Festival in Tehran

    Giant puppets perform during a parade organized in downtown Tehran on December 17, 2018 to celebrate the opening of the 21st International Storytelling Festival.

  • Imam Ali Today 11:35

    Imam Ali (AS)

    There are two kinds of people who are greedy and never satisfied: seekers of learning and lovers of the world.

  • Hazrat Fatima (A.S) Today 11:30

    By Sadiq Aliyu Musa

    Hazrat Fatima (A.S), the most oppressed Lady in the world

    TEHRAN - Both Shia and Sunni sources agree that, on a number of occasions, Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) had said, "Fatimah is part of me. Whoever makes her angry, makes me angry." This has been recorded in both Sahih Bukhari (Arabic-English, Volume 5, Traditions 61 and 111) and Sahih Muslim (in the section on the virtues of Hazrat Fatimah, Volume 4, pages 1904-1905), two of the most important Hadith books to Sunnis. It is also recorded in Sahih Bukhari Chapter of "The battle of Khaibar", Arabic-English, v5, tradition #546, pp 381–383, also v4, Tradition #325) that Hazrat Fatimah was angry with Abu Bakr and did not speak to him before she died.

  • Peter Jenkins Today 10:51

    By Peter Jenkins

    Iranian missiles: Hypocrisy and paradox

    It is hard to know why Britain’s Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, claimed, in a statement on December 5, that Iran’s testing of a medium-range missile on December 1 demonstrated that Iran’s missile-related activities “go beyond what can be justified for national defence”.

  • British strategy in the Indo-Pacific region: Conquest of the world from the deck of a ship  Today 10:15

    By Maryam Khormaei

    British strategy in the Indo-Pacific region: Conquest of the world from the deck of a ship 

    TEHRAN - The scope of British interaction with the Southeast Asian region extends from security-military to economic-educational, and as predicted, this gets more intense post-Brexit, with the Five Power Defense Arrangements (FPDA) treaty, Asia’s only collective security arrangement. 

  • yellow vest movement Today 09:49

    By Hanif Ghafari 

    French Protests spread to Spain

    TEHRAN - The recent anti-government demonstrations which took place in 200 cities in Spain, has hit hard on Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. The massive demonstrations took place while Spain, traditionally, and due to its vulnerability to the economic crisis, has the potential of becoming one of the main centers of the crisis in the United Europe and the Eurozone.

  • health coverage Today 09:46

    Iran’s health coverage index above S. Asia average: WHO

    TEHRAN- According to World Health Organization (WHO) 2018 report on world health statistics, Iran’s health coverage index is 65 (out of a maximum index score of 100) which is higher than the South Asia average estimated at 53. 

  • 13282.pdf - صفحه 1 Today 01:00

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  • America Yesterday 22:50

    Poll shows America less respected worldwide

    The United States has become less respected abroad today than in the past, both from the views of international relations experts and the overall U.S. public, according to a latest survey by U.S. research center Pew.

  • Houshang Falahatian Yesterday 21:41

    Falahatian appointed deputy oil minister for planning

    TEHRAN- Houshang Falahatian was appointed as Iran’s deputy oil minister for planning, Shana news agency reported on Tuesday.

  • Hamid Pourmohammadi Yesterday 21:40

    Next year’s budget bill to be submitted to parliament as soon as possible

    TEHRAN- Deputy head of Iran’s Budget and Planning Organization told reporters on Tuesday that the prepared budget bill for the next Iranian calendar year (starting March 21, 2019) will be submitted to the parliament as soon as possible, IRIB reported.

  • Mahmoud Hojjati Yesterday 21:40

    Iran seeks to preserve water, increase agricultural production

    Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) and Agriculture Ministry have vowed to increase agricultural production by 2.2 kilograms per square meter of water used in cultivation by 2026.

  • لعیا جنیدی Yesterday 21:40

    The Harvard-educated woman helping lead Iran’s sanctions fight

    In Iran’s hierarchical political system, it is rare to see an outsider granted a senior position. That is why the Islamic republic’s newest weapon in its battle with U.S. president Donald Trump is so unusual.

  • First waterjet engine to be unveiled in three months Yesterday 21:39

    First water-jet engine to be unveiled in three months

    TEHRAN – The Defense Ministry's Marine Industries Organization will unveil Iran’s first waterjet engine in three months, head of the organization announced on Tuesday.

  • Man arrested for trying to smuggle opium to Canada Yesterday 21:39

    Man arrested for trying to smuggle opium to Canada

    TEHRAN – According to the chief of Tehran province’s counter-narcotics police, a person has been arrested for attempting to smuggle opium from Iran to Canada in postal packages.

  • Kuwait Emir welcomes close ties with Iran Yesterday 21:38

    Kuwait Emir welcomes close ties with Iran

    TEHRAN – The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad, has underlined his country’s interest in promoting collaboration with Iran, IRNA reported on Tuesday.

  • Isfahan MPs slated to meet Nobakht, Larijani Yesterday 21:38

    Isfahan MPs slated to meet Nobakht, Larijani

    TEHRAN – Representatives of Isfahan province were scheduled to meet Budget and Planning Organization chief Mohammad Baqer Nobakht and Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani later on Tuesday.

  • qassemi Yesterday 21:37

    By staff and agency

    Iran says Saudi coalition against Yemen had ‘unwarranted illusion’

    Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi has said that the Saudi-led coalition against Yemen had a kind of ‘unwarranted illusion’.

  • Iran voices readiness to help UNODC Yesterday 21:36

    Iran voices readiness to help UNODC

    TEHRAN – Kazem Gharibabadi, the Iranian ambassador to the Vienna-based international organizations, has voiced Iran’s readiness for cooperation with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

  • سورنا ستاری Yesterday 21:36

    Academic ecosystem can develop research projects: VP

    TEHRAN – Establishing an appropriate academic ecosystem based on the private sector can develop research projects, the vice president for science and technology Sourena Sattari said on Monday, IRNA reported.

  • دولت همراه Yesterday 21:34

    ‘Over 5m Iranians have e-documents’

    TEHRAN – Over 5 million Iranians have got electronic documents up to now, the head of Information Technology Organization of Iran (ITO) Amir Nazemi announced on his Twitter account, Mehr reported on Monday.

  • پیروز حناچی راجب مدیران خارجی Yesterday 21:33

    Tehran mayor honored as top researcher

    TEHRAN – Tehran Mayor Pirouz Hanachi named top researcher at the 27th Research Festival which was held at the University of Tehran on Monday. During the ceremony, 47 researchers in different fields were honored, ISNA rported.

  • IoT bikes roll into streets of the capital Yesterday 21:32

    IoT bikes roll into streets of the capital

    TEHRAN – New bikes based on Internet of Things (IoT) were placed for the first time on Tuesday into stations for use in Tehran, ISNA reported.

  • ICT Yesterday 21:21

    Iran, a booming market for ICT in Asia: report

    TEHRAN -- Iran is one of the booming markets for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Asia, the Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) of Iran announced in its latest report.

  • Securities Yesterday 21:13

    Bonds worth $950m sold in 7 months

    TEHRAN- Iranian government has sold bonds worth 39.842 trillion rials (about $948.6 million) during the first seven months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-October 22), IRIB reported on Tuesday citing the report released by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI).

  • Saeed Mohammadzadeh Yesterday 21:10

    ‘Investment making a necessity for railway sector’

    TEHRAN- Managing Director of Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (known as RAI) Saeed Mohammadzadeh said that development in the railway sector of the country is in need of large investment makings, IRNA reported.

  • roads, railways Yesterday 21:08

    Over 12,000 kilometers of roads, railways under construction

    TEHRAN- More than 12,000 kilometers of roads and railways are currently under construction throughout the country, Iran’s Deputy Transport Minister Kheirollah Khademi announced on Tuesday.

  • oil, gas fields Yesterday 21:07

    New oil, gas fields discovered in Iran in past 2 years

    TEHRAN – The director of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)'s Discovery Department said new oil and gas fields have been discovered in the country during the past two years, IRNA reported on Tuesday.

  • Hamid Pourmohammadi, Chairman of APDIM’s Governing Council Yesterday 21:02

    Tehran hosting high-level meeting on disaster information management 

    TEHRAN — A high-level expert consultation meeting on disaster information management kicked off in Tehran on Tuesday, Mehr news agency reported.